Two lifetime subscriptions?

kryptonite

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I'm just curious, how much would two lifetimes be?

399 for the first one
399 for the second one (isn't there a discount?)

Right now, i'm at $798 without the discount.


Music fee #1
Music fee #2


How much would it be "all said and done?"
 

IdRatherBeSkiing

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I'm just curious, how much would two lifetimes be?

399 for the first one
399 for the second one (isn't there a discount?)

Right now, i'm at $798 without the discount.


Music fee #1
Music fee #2


How much would it be "all said and done?"

($399 + music fee) * 2

No discounts. Although given its $8.99/mo, it does still make sence it may just take 4 years to pay off instead of 3.
 

kryptonite

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So let's say it's $800 after the music fees. Throw in the online listening, and $800 seems more than enough, at least for the first year. I don't think the 2.99 online fee is lifetimed, is it?
 

IdRatherBeSkiing

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So let's say it's $800 after the music fees. Throw in the online listening, and $800 seems more than enough, at least for the first year. I don't think the 2.99 online fee is lifetimed, is it?

Yes. You will pay it every month for your lifetime.
 

kryptonite

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To get the internet is the same cost either way. If you are going to do a 3 year plan, the lifetime is only $50 more.

True.

What would be too nice to ask for is once you paid $1000 (or something) per radio, not including activation fee, you'd have that radio automatically paid off.

Maybe not exactly that way, since it seems these things brick so frequently, but set a roof that, once met, it's an "essential lifetime" or whatever.